“Pretty much now you probably feel a bit tied up restricting your mobility and like me, you’re tired of that,” he added before admission. “Well, I just want to encourage you to have a little more patience. ”
“I count my blessings and urge you to continue wearing this damn mask,” concluded Cranston, 64. “Continue to wash your hands and stay socially distant. We can win, but only if we follow the rules together. ”
The “Breaking Bad” star explained that he had the disease “not long ago” and included a video of himself donating his antibody positive plasma for research. He underwent the hour-long procedure at the UCLA Blood and Plasma Donor Center and – fun fact – passed the time by watching Andy Griffith’s “A Face in the Crowd”.
Cranston and his “Breaking Bad” co-star Aaron Paul announced in April that they were channeling sales of their mezcal brand, Dos Hombres, to various coronavirus relief organizations, including the United States Bartender’s Guild, Hospitality Industry Relief Fund and Leonardo DiCaprio. American Food Fund.